peter at schmitteckert.com
Thu Feb 1 13:33:53 GMT 2001
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> I have created a samba server to share Solaris files with NT4 and
> Win2000 workstations. In early testing it has worked ok. Today a user
> created a file in a Unix directory while he was on an NT4 box.
> That file is now not visible to the Windows environment through
> explorer. It is visible on the Unix side and has similar permissions
> to other files which are visible both places. The file is visible
> using dos and mapping a drive and using the DIR command.
Some months ago I also had the strange behaviour, of Files getting _sometimes_
lost when connecting from NT4.0 SP5 to Samba 2.06 / 2.0.7, while
the connection to an W95 worked fine.
My NT box had a NE2000 10MBit clone, and my Samba Serve a 100MBit EEPro100.
A few days later I got a second 100MBit EEPro100 for my NT box and everything
went fine. The funny thing is that when I use a smbclient running Linux on
the NT box everything worked fine.
Maybe you have a similar problem,
Dr. Peter Schmitteckert / IT-Consulting
s-mail: Fridolinstr. 19, 68753 Waghäusel
e-mail: peter at schmitteckert.com
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